Author Archives: Valerie Lam

Opening Doors: Ivanna Solano (Wheelock’16) – Bostonia

Written by Amy Laskowski

They are determined to use their experience, influence, and positions to help make their business, organization, and world a more inclusive place. They are breaking barriers—and then reaching back to help those behind them overcome the …

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Why the new, bolder U.S. climate goal will boost the economy – Fortune

Written by Kathleen Mclaughlin and Manish Bapna

The Biden administration just announced a bold, new greenhouse gas emissions target for 2030, setting a clear marker for climate action. The announcement comes at a critical moment as the country begins to …

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Top Companies 2021: The 50 best workplaces to grow your career in the U.S. – Linkedin

Written by Linkedin News

The world of work is transforming. Not only have we worked through a once-in-a-generation global pandemic, but decades of automation, the rise of artificial intelligence and a new shift to remote work have all reshaped what …

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Uber rival unveils Tesla-only service – Linkedin

Written by Andrew Murfett

The controversial moped-sharing service Revel is significantly expanding its footprint, launching an Uber and Lyft-esque ride-hailing service exclusively comprised of Tesla vehicles. Ambitiously, the company wants to begin with a fleet of 50 blue Teslas in New …

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Crocs take another victory lap – Linkedin

Written by Aubrey Steinberg

Crocs are having a banner year as remote work, celebrity nods and the relentless rise of athleisure clothing have boosted sales to new records. A frequent symbol of derision, the foam shoe company, once famously sported …

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Renewable Energy Is Suddenly Startlingly Cheap – The New Yorker

Written by Bill McKibben

Earth Week has come and gone, leaving behind an ankle-deep and green-tinted drift of reports, press releases, and earnest promises from C.E.O.s and premiers alike that they are planning to become part of the solution. There …

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Some say the U.S. is close to ‘peak food,’ but what does that mean? – Fortune

Written by Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez

Access to food and nutrients is so important it can define all aspects of our physical health. Yet while the U.S. is close to “peak food,” said Sensei Ag CEO Sonia Lo, that doesn’t mean everyone …

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Reshaping Your Career in the Wake of the Pandemic – Harvard Business Review

Written by Dorie Park and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

Over the past year, we’ve all heard that we should be preparing for the “new normal” — but what that means or when this will start is unclear. During the pandemic, some professionals had …

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Eight Tips To Bounce Back After Making A Mistake At Work – Forbes

Written by Expert Panel

For many professionals, making a mistake at work can be a big hit to their self-confidence. The scenario can weigh on your mind and cause you to feel like you’re bad at your tasks or that …

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The 6 Essential Consulting Skills (Clients Want These) – Consulting Success

Written by Consulting Success

Do you possess the consulting skills that make clients want to hire you?

Your core expertise — like environmental or sales consulting — form the basis of your consulting business

However, you’ll also need to cultivate a broad …

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